Bringing It All Back Home

Bob Dylan - Bringing It All Back Home
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Based on 3 reviews
1965 Ratings: #1 / 28
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Based on 274 ratings
1965 Ratings: #4
March 27, 1965 / Release Date
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Columbia / Label
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Given the rapid pace of music consumption currently, I sometimes wonder if someone like Bob Dylan would have thrived in today's climate. The best of Dylan's musical work tends to be a fine mixture of literacy and discourse. His words aren't meant to be tacked onto a post-it note, but to ponder on. To sit with. Sometimes they latch on. You wouldn't rush a simmering stew now wouldja? 'Bringing It All Back Home' may not be as quintessential as his later ventures, but none of them encompass the ... read more
Bringing It All Back Home marks the point where Dylan went from being a pretty basic folk rock act with highly impressive lyrics to a lyrical genius with an amazing band backing him.

Honestly, I don't think this is his best work, or even one of his best works. Personally, I'd say that Freewheelin' is miles ahead of this both on a lyrical standpoint and on a musical standpoint, and seeing how he has a ton of other releases that came after this that are much better received, this may end up ... read more
my love,
she speaks like silence
Bob Dylan's 115th Dream be like:

*camera filter breaks* "I hate Mr. Tambourine Man, Mr. Tambourine Man hates me"
From my perspective, it would be impossible for this album to be one of the absolute best by Dylan. It was his first foray into having a full band backing rather than simply his typical stripped down style and is arguably the very first folk rock record of all time. For a first stab at mixing rock and folk music, Dylan still impresses with intelligent songwriting and well crafted musicianship. This just, for me, didn't quite hit the spot like some of his other albums did. This may be due to the ... read more
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Track List

  1. Subterranean Homesick Blues
  2. She Belongs to Me
  3. Maggie's Farm
  4. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
  5. Outlaw Blues
  6. On the Road Again
  7. Bob Dylan's 115th Dream
  8. Mr. Tambourine Man
  9. Gates of Eden
  10. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
  11. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
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